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Mazda’s ADAS technologies use radar, cameras and lasers to identify objects and hazards and help drivers be safer.
ZF has launched its S-Cam4.8 with enhanced vision technology from Mobileye on the new Nissan Rogue in the U.S.
Three new packages expand the vehicle and device coverage of ADAS calibration frame systems.
Many import nameplate manufacturers started to offer Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) options as early as 2005. These systems include automatic braking, lane keep assist, collision avoidance, adaptive cruise control and other systems that can intervene or help the driver when potential dangers are detected when the vehicle is being driven.